You are invited to join ACTion Ted’s National Pyjama Party once again this year. We are asking you to consider hosting a pyjama party at your childcare facility on any date of your choice, during the months of February or March, to raise much needed funds and awareness for ACT for Meningitis, while having lots of fun! Register today and receive your FREE PARTY PACK including make-and-do TED heads, colouring sheets, balloons, fun pyjama party tips, meningitis awareness cards and certificates for all.
For a suggested donation of €3 per child, children can wear their pyjamas to crèche or pre-school and participate in fun pyjama party themed activities, while raising vital funds for the charity. Meningitis is the largest killer of children under 5 in Ireland. ACT for Meningitis was established in 2011 by Siobhán and Noel Carroll, who in 2008 lost their precious daughter Aoibhe, aged 4, to meningitis. Since losing Aoibhe, Siobhán and Noel feel that there is an urgent need to increase awareness, educate people of the signs and symptoms of meningitis and to offer free support services to all families in Ireland affected by meningitis. ACT for Meningitis are a non-government funded charity and rely totally on fundraising to continue to reach out to new families.
Our vision is to see an Ireland where lives are no longer lost to meningitis, and through our support services no one faces the meningitis journey alone. YOU can help us achieve this..
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- January 19, 2017 - March 31, 2017
1:05 pm - 1:10 pm
ACT for Meningitis is a non -profit organisation based in Galway, Ireland. It was established in 2011 by Siobhán and Noel Carroll, who in 2008 lost their precious daughter Aoibhe – aged 4- to Meningitis. Nobody should face the journey alone after being affected by Meningitis ..ACT is here to offer support to everyone affected by Meningitis while also raising awareness of this life changing disease…
With Meningitis early detection and rapid medical attention is vital. Every second counts when it comes to the early diagnosis of Meningitis, so trust your instincts.
A- ASK- Could these symptoms be Meningitis?
C- CONTACT your doctor
T- TIME- every second counts, so TRUST your instincts
ACT today for a brighter tomorrow